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Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century views
Susan M. Johns

narrative structures, developments and content. For example, Carole Fabricant argues that the growth in travel literature was related to an increased interest in the figure of the traveller in popular literature, the spirit of scientific enquiry and the importance of the Grand Tour and travel within Britain (not least in the Lake District, Scotland as well as Wales, c. 1795 –1815, when opportunities abroad were limited by war) and was stimulated by the growth in European travel. 26 Elizabeth Bohls stresses the importance of imperial expansion and the ongoing

in Gender, nation and conquest in the high Middle Ages
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Mairi Cowan

about through a combination of lay-led initiatives and elite-driven repressions, and are best appreciated when Scotland is considered within the context of the broader and deeper early modern currents of change in Europe. To put it another way, the ‘reformatioun’ for which David Lyndsay longed is not something historians should seek within medieval developments or Protestant trends, but in the Catholic

in Death, life, and religious change in Scottish towns, c.1350–1560